In a purported effort to save victims money, Florida made Mediation Mandatory for Dissolution of Marriage about the end of 2009.
On May 18, 2010, my lawyer signed a TEMPORARY AND PARTIAL PROPERTY/ASSET SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT.
It was my clear understanding that we did not agree on anything during the Mandatory Mediation session.
The signed agreement said that I would pay the three mortgages on the marital home from my employers 401K. In addition, I will also pay the homeowners insurance and taxes from the same 401K.
"They agree that this will occur until the court rules on this issue."
"Any tax consequences which result from the withdrawals will be shared equitably by the parties. The Court shave have the authority to give credits to either side in the equitable distribution scheme for these payments."
A year later the account was exhausted and the court had not ruled on the issue.
Be advised that Judge Charles J. Roberts of Florida is not a good Financial Manager/Advisor.
"The Road to Hell is paved with Good Intentions."
The Petitioner in my case still has not complied with Florida's Mandatory Disclosure List.